An inaugural initiative is helping to connect Southland youth seeking jobs with business owners trying to get them filled.
An announcement Te Anau was changing its time zone to permanent daylight savings time was not all as it seemed.
Kim Jong-un's Pyongyang marches on its own time but now a tiny South Island tourist town will join the rebellious nation and set its own clocks.
Acknowledging intensive winter grazing is a high-risk activity, Southland’s regional council has put an emphasis on the importance of proper planning.
A Southland community board will investigate a potential upgrade of the Wyndham Public Library to enhance its use.
Even with a travel agent mother working on his behalf, Jack Hilton is here until travel restrictions ease.
The Department of Conservation (Doc) is seeking information after two huts on the edge of Lake Manapouri in Fiordland National Park were damaged last month.
A Lumsden family were happy to have the opportunity to get Covid-19 vaccinations at a clinic close to their home.
The board of trustees of an Invercargill secondary school is standing behind its principal, though it may be breaking the law in employing him.
‘‘Why not’’ is Filipino woman Ami Rarere’s response to the question should all New Zealanders speak te reo Maori.
Year-round access to Milford Sound is often taken for granted, particularly in summer, but there is always the potential risk of an avalanche barrelling across New Zealand’s only alpine highway....
The boxes were all at the back door ready to be transported to ILT Stadium for this year’s Miharo Murihiku Polyfest.
The founder and owner of the Routeburn Classic adventure run has engaged a lawyer after the Department of Conservation opened up his concession for expressions of interest.
A nationwide increase in people seeking food support has southern agencies working together to help those affected by the latest Covid-19 lockdown.
Southland mothers and babies are being sent to Dunedin Hospital because of lack of capacity and staffing at Southland Hospital’s maternity ward.
As one coal mine closes in rural Southland, another coal mining company is evaluating whether it wants to enter the market at a nearby site.
For many, the letters MS stand for multiple sclerosis - but for an Invercargill woman they mean ‘‘mighty strong’’.